Quick & Easy Chinese

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The Cookbook: Quick & Easy Chinese: 70 everyday recipes

Contributor: Alison

Stellar cook book! This is part one of the recipes I tried. The recipes turned out amazing and were so much better than take out!

Recipe: Spicy Beef in Lettuce cups

Picture of the Spicy Beef in Lettuce Cups recipe

So good and so easy! This deliciously seasoned beef was unbelievable good and plated nicely too.  It was so good I  made another batch the next day which we ate right out of the pan.

Recipe: Mu Shu Pork

Close-up picture of Mu Shu Pork recipe with mandarin pancakes

 

 

Picture of the Mu Shu pork recipe with mandarin pancakes

This was another knock-out dish with an authentic tastes. My Mandarin Pancakes however did not turn out to well which was disappointing.

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Milton Cooks Challenge # 8: Celebrate

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Milton Cooks Challenge # 8: Celebrate

Contributor: Alison

Recipe: Noodle Kugel with Apricot jam

I made this dish for a New Years Day brunch I hosted. This is the first Kugel I’ve made, but it won’t be last. Like a noodley cheesecake, the apricot was the perfect complement to the creamy noodles. Next time I’d spread the jam over the entire Kugel before adding my second layer. Delish!

Noodle Kugel recipe on blue and white plate        Noodle Kugel Recipe on blue and white plate

Checkout the recipe: Noodle Kugel

Milton Cooks Challenge: Winter Edition

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Milton Cooks Challenge #3: Cookies

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Milton Cooks Challenge # 3: Cookies

Contributor: Karyn

Cookbook: The Eat-clean Diet Cookbook: Great-tasting Recipes That Keep You Lean

Recipe: Fruit and Nut Breakfast Cookies

Electric mixer mixing cookie batter  Cookies on baking sheet in the oven

Cookies for breakfast? Could there be a better way to entice a toddler to eat breakfast … I think not! Except … these are not the cookies my daughter  wanted to eat. They were not soft and chewy or full of sugar and buttery goodness like she was expecting. They were hard, and devoid of flavor and wholly  undesirable.  Five days after making them, they are still sitting in their container. While they are healthy and chock full of goodness, they are not recommended for kids. Maybe for adults who want to trick themselves into thinking they’re having a treat for breakfast. I do that sometimes. It doesn’t always work.

Baked cookies on covered glass serving dish

The Eat-Clean Diet book cover

Milton Cooks Challenge: Winter Edition

Cook it! Eat it! Post it! Win It! Get contest details on The Milton Cooks Challenge page

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